e-Psychiatry, eVzit or telepsychiatry sessions are confidential and discreet, using secure, HIPAA compliant internet connections that protect the privacy of your doctor/patient conversations
  • Appointments online at a time and place that is is convenient for you.
  • Easy Access to your psychiatrist!
  • No Waiting in a doctor's office!

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Telepsychiatry connects psychiatrists and other mental health providers with their patients via online video sessions. With telepsychiatry, there is no need for either patient or physician to travel to an office. With eVzit's telepsychiatry platform, HIPAA-compliant video sessions can be done from anywhere – all you need is a broadband internet connection, computer or laptop, and a webcam. This convenience expands your availability and outreach, making it easier to give your patients the most attentive care when and where they need it. Routine counseling and behavioral therapy are enhanced when patients can participate from the comfort of home.

Telepsychiatry makes mental healthcare adaptable for both patients and physicians. With telepsychiatry, mental health professionals can conduct face-to-face video sessions with patients who are homebound or disabled, incarcerated, living in nursing homes or assisted living facilities, receiving inpatient care and living in an institution such as a substance abuse rehabilitation center.

If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, please call 911 for assistance.

If you would like to learn more about eVzit or e-Psychiatry’s treatment services for patients or schedule an eVzit, please give us a call or send us an email. A face to visit for initial Psychiatric Evaluation with Dr Eveillard may be necessary to participate.

If you are in crisis, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, a free, 24-hour hotline at 1.800.273.8255.

If your issue is an emergency, call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room. eVzit does not offer crisis counseling or emergency services.

FSMB Telemedicine Policy

The Federation of State Medical Boards has recently issued new guidelines with regards to telemedicine and telepsychiatry. You can reveiw a copy of the FSMB Telemedicine Guidelines by clicking the link.

Can patients or Physician record consultations?
A: No, Be aware that recording a doctor/patient interaction in any way by anyone is against the law and punishable by fine and imprisonment and that e-Psychiatry, eVzit, Pro Bono Care LLC will pursue legal action to the fullest extent of the law.